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A funny commentary on a 1972 poster depicting farm life -- squirrels running down trees TOWARD dogs? Farm animals running lose in the front yard!

Cedar Chicken Coop Condo    This is a big chicken coop, perfect for the dedicated chicken raiser. Its very stylish and will look perfect in your backyard, made from cedar wood.

36 DIY Backyard Chicken Coops

Cedar Chicken Coop Condo This is a big chicken coop, perfect for the dedicated chicken raiser. Its very stylish and will look perfect in your backyard, made from cedar wood.

Awesome blog for cute decorating ideas!

I love everything about this. The Apron, pot, boots & the chickens

Chickens in the City & an Amazing Yard Tour

Chickens in the City & an Amazing Yard Tour

Chicken Feed, Creative Ideas, Amazing, Honey, Google Search, Home Tours, Blog, Gardening, Coops

Little Deuce Coop - I think THIS is the one for us if we are allowed to get a couple chickens! Would need a low enclosed run but can do on the cheap

Little Deuce Coop - Chriss_Nc's Chicken Coop

multiple access panels AND slide-out poop tray underneath (no need for the fancy, pitched roof)

urban chickens - Google Search

Urban Backyard Chickens : Building the Chicken Coop - Day 1 chicken-coops-and-more

Tilly's Nest: Backyard Chickens and Flies

Backyard Chickens and Flies

Backyard Chickens and Flies- prevention and treatment. Steve really wants a chicken coup when we buy our next house.

Green County Barn Quilts - Dividing Ridge Star, Monticello, WI

Green County Barn Quilts - Dividing Ridge Star, Monticello, WI this is even better cuz I'm from Wisconsin :)

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Saltbox Chicken Coops by Stuga on Etsy. $775.00 USD, via Etsy.

S A L E CHICKEN print 6 X 8 - farm animals galore

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Decorating With Roosters For A French Country Look

Back yard Chickens I see one thing missing from this scene. It's the hens scratching favorite plants out of the ground as they dig a pit in the dirt to dust themselves. The downside of having free range hens!

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